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Mar 28, 2022 Timex/Sinclair User Community
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TS2068 Yahoo Message Group Archive This Timex/Sinclair discussion forum was started in 2001 and it was discontinued in 2019 when Yahoo closed down their message groups. These messages from the T/S 2068 Yahoo group were exported using PG Offline version 4.0.897 on March 28, 2022.  Note that none of the files that were attached to these original messages, nor are any of the files from the file area of the group are included here. PG Offline allows for five different export options.  All five...
Topics: Timex/Sinclair 2068, T/S 2068, Timex Computers, Message Archive, PG Offline, Yahoo Groups, Z80 CPU,...
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BELLCOM Public Domain Software Library for the Atari-8-Bit Computer This is a collection of Atari 8-bit home computer public domain software from Don Bell's BELLCOM PD library that was based in Ontario, Canada starting in the mid-1980s.  This archive was created in January 2022 and uploaded to Archive.org to try to facilitate and aid Atari fans who have had a difficult time finding this software as it moves and disappears from various places on the Internet. The pdf catalogs and the software...
Topics: Atari, 8-Bit, BELLCOM, Public Domain, Floppy Disks, Catalog, 800XL, 400, 800, 130XE, 65XE
Cursor was a newsletter for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a game console first sold in September 1977, but not delivered until January 1978.  Since the console could use BASIC and save to cassette tape, several newsletters sprung up around the system to print BASIC programs and to share information and news. Cursor was edited and published by Fred Cornett in North Hollywood, California from January 1980 - July/August 1981 (though there are a few one or two page "pre-Cursor"...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Bally BASIC,...
The "Arcadian" was a newsletter for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a game console first sold in September 1977, but not delivered until January 1978.  The "Arcadian" was edited and published by Robert Fabris in San Jose, California from November 6, 1978 until August 15, 1986 (though there are a few one or two page "pre-cursor" newsletters). These are Nate Reeder's color scans made in September 2021 of Arcadian newsletters for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade from a...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Bally BASIC,...
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Star Trek and Mini Golf (Tape 1). By Esoterica. 1981. For the Bally Arcade/Astrocade. This eight-page manual is for two games that were released on the Bally Arcade/Astrocade home game console on Tape 1 in 1981.  The manual includes the instructions and tape listings for the games.  The cover is says the following: STANDARD OPERATING MANUAL 400,000 METRIC TON FEDERATED COLONY STARSHIP Model XB-1280 Starfleet Issue Here is a summary of each game. Star Trek (aka Starship Command) Tape 1, w/...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Star Trek, Mini Golf, Bally BASIC, AstroBASIC, Esoterica
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Sep 10, 2020 Adam Trionfo
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Bally Arcade/Astrocade Plastic Dust Cover Dimensions Version 2 - September 11, 2020 These approximate measurements and pictures were taken by Adam Trionfo on August 10, 2020.  Measurements are to the nearest=1/16" (Sorry, I don't have a metric measuring ruler, nor a ruler with 1/32" markings). These files are available on Archive.org, here: https://archive.org/details/BallyArcadeAstrocadePlasticDustCoverDimensions I'm not an expert, so consider these measurement to be approximate;...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Plastic Dust Cover, Dimension, Measurements
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Pack-Rat (Expansion RAM Version) By WaveMakers For the Bally Arcade/Astrocade For Expanded BASIC with 300-Baud Interface 1984 (?) This is a gameplay video of a very-slightly enhanced version of WaveMakers' Pack-Rat game which was originally written for Bally BASIC/AstroBASIC.  This version has been converted to use Expanded BASIC by WaveMakers or, since this version may not have an official release (as there doesn't appear to be any advertising for it), it could have been modified by someone...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Overview,...
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Letter to The Arcadian - May 10, 1983 By Stanley Kendall For the Bally Arcade/Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC 2000-Baud 1983. This is a letter sent to Bob Fabris, the editor of The Arcadian newsletter, on May 10, 1983.  It was on a tape along with three video art programs by Mr. Kendall: B-11 - More Line Art B-12 - Line Art B-14 - 1001 Lines In this brief letter, Stanley discusses these three video art programs.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Overview,...
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300 Baud to 2000 Baud Tape Conversion Program By Jay Fenton For the Bally Arcade/Astrocade and Astrocade BASIC "AstroBASIC" Manual, Appendix F, Pages 104-107. 1981 This is a video overview of the "300 Baud to 2000 Baud Tape Conversion Program" which allows a user to load a Bally BASIC program saved in 300-baud format onto the Bally Arcade/Astrocade "AstroBASIC" cartridge using that cartridges built-in 2000-baud interface; no 300-baud external interface is...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Overview,...
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Program C-13 Three Letters on a Tape with Video Art and Animation By Stanley Kendall This program is written for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  It contains three letters written to Robert Fabris, Don Gladden, Dave Carson and Clyde Perkins on May 30, 1983 and September 25, 1983. Enjoy!
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Letters, Video...
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The Collatz Conjecture By Jim Dunson Astro-Bugs Club Tape #5 August 1984 This program is a mathematical demonstration. Instructions from the game loading screen: About 30 years ago [1937] a professor named Collatz created this thought provoker. Start with any whole number.  If it is odd, triple it +1. If it is even, take half.  Repeat. The final result will always be one. Why is that?  After all, the odd number is tripled + 1. This more than compensates for the halves??? Send your...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Mathematical...
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Aug 4, 2020 Adam Trionfo
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I decided to make a general overview of my Amiga collection after viewing a video posted by "Quinn Tech Retro," an old buddy of mine, called "My Amiga 2000 (Part 1) Just Opening up Since 1999."  After watching him open up his Amiga 2000, it inspired me to go through my Amiga collection that's my garage. This is a quick overview of the first Amiga I ever got: an Amiga 1200.  Also in this video you'll see quick glimpses of an Amiga 2000, Amiga 3000, a second Amiga 1200 and...
Topics: Commodore Amiga Collection, Garage Finds, Amiga 1200, Amiga CD32
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RND Pixel Design By Dieter Heinermann. ARCADIAN 7, no. 3 (Mar. 21, 1986): 47. This program will run in Bally BASIC, AstroBASIC and Extended BASIC (Blue Ram BASIC or Vipersoft BASIC).  There were no instructions in the Arcadian, but the original program submission letter (dated August 9, 1985) included three programs on one tape.  The comments about "RND Pixel Design" are: "The third [program] is a short RND pixel program." This program is B&W, but with one change...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
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Jun 26, 2020 Adam Trionfo
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Unusual Sounds By Bill Loos ARCADIAN 3, no. 7 (May 08, 1981): 79. This is a video overview of "Unusual Sounds," a program that creates sound effects for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade and Bally BASIC. Arcadian Instructions: "The following program was sent by Bill Loos, which, along with the list of variables, will provide some unusual sound effects. Make direct substitutions of the values of X and Y as recommended, either individually, or by grouping two or more together."...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Sound Effects,...
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May 26, 2020 Robert D. Grappel and Jack E. Hemmenway
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Tracer: A 6800 Debugging Program By Robert D. Grappel and Jack E. Hemmenway Published 1978 Description from the back of the Book Tracer: A 6800 Debugging Program featuring: - Single step execution using dynamic break points - Register examination and modification - Memory examination and modification This publication includes - "Jack and the Machine Debug" - Tracer Program Notes - Complete Assembly and Source Listing - Complete Object Code Listing - Machine Readable Object Code...
Topics: Motorola 6800, Programming, Tracer, MIKBUG, PAPERBYTE, 6800 Debugging, single step execution,...
Tiny Assembler 6800, Version 3.1: Design and Implementation of a Microprocessor Self Assembler By Jack Emmerichs Published 1978 Description of book from January 1980 Byte Magazine Ad, Page 121 Tiny Assembler 6800, Version 3.1 is a small (4K) but sophisticated and useful assembler for a large subset of the Motorola 6800 assembly language.  The book includes detailed notes on the design and implementation of Version 3.0 of the assembler, a complete description of the enhancements upgrading the...
Topics: Super-Wumpus, Tiny Assembler 6800, Motorola 6800 Assembly Language, BYTE magazine, MIKBUG monitor,...
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May 23, 2020 Jack Emmerichs
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Super-Wumpus By Jack Emmerichs Published 1978 Description from the Back of the Book SUPER-WUMPUS, by Jack Emmerichs, is an exciting computer game incorporating the original structure of the WUMPUS game described in the book "What To Do After You Hit Return," published by the People's Computer Company, along with added features which make the game even more fascinating.  Programmed in both 6800 assembly language and BASIC, the game is not only addictively fun, but also provides a...
Topics: SUPER-WUMPUS, Jack Emmerichs, computer game, WUMPUS, What To Do After You Hit Return, People's...
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May 22, 2020 Robert Findley
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Scelbi's Galaxy Game for the "6800" By Robert Findley (Scelbi Computer Consulting, Inc.) Copyright 1977 Description from the Back of the Book: Captain your own crusading starship against the logic of your "6800".  Your mission: search-and-destroy a random number of alien ships.  But, don't run out of time, out of fuel, out of ammunition or out of the galaxy.  Your galaxy consists of 64 quadrants, subdivided into 64 sectors.  Plan your mission to destroy all aliens. ...
Topics: Star Trek, Motorola, 6800 CPU, Galaxy Game, Scelbi, Games on Paper, 6800 Assembly Language, Source...
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May 21, 2020 Jack E. Hemenway
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RA6800ML: An M6800 Relocatable Macro Assembler By Jack E. Hemenway Published in 1978 Description from the Back of Book RA6800ML: An M6800 Relocatable Macro Assembler is a two pass assembler for the Motorola 6800 microprocessor.  It is designed to run on a minimum system of 16K bytes of memory, a system console (such as a Teletype terminal), a system monitor (for instance, the Motorola MIKBUG read only memory program or the ICOM Floppy Disk Operating System), and some form of mass file storage...
Topics: MONDEB, M6800 Monitor Debugger, Motorola 6800, MIKBUG, 6800 Assembly Language Source Listing,...
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May 21, 2020 Don Peters
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MONDEB: An Advanced 6800 Monitor Debugger By Don Peters Published in 1978 Description from the Back of the Book MONDEB, An Advanced M6800 Monitor Debugger incorporates all the general features of Motorola's MIKBUG monitor as well as numerous other capabilities.  While extremely versatile, ease of use was a prime design consideration.  The other primary goal was minimum memory requirements while retaining maximum versatility.  The size of the entire MONDEB program is less than 3K. Some of the...
Topics: MONDEB, M6800 Monitor Debugger, Motorola, MIKBUG, TSC BASIC, 6800 Assembly Language Source Listing,...
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May 19, 2020 Motorola
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MEK 6800D2 Manual By Motorola, Inc. 1976 Introduction 1-1 - General Description and Capability This manual provides a general description and operating instructions for the Motorola MEK6800D2 Evaluation Kit II.  The Kit, when assembled, is a fully functional microcomputer system based on the MC6800 Microprocessing Unit (MPU) and its family of associated memory and I/O devices.  The family is described in the M6800 Microcomputer System Design Data book (included with the Kit) and in the M6800...
Topics: MEK 6800D2, Motorola 6800, MEK6800D2 Evaluation Kit II, MCM6830 ROM with JBUG Monitor, MC6820,...
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May 18, 2020 Heathkit Educational Systems
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Microprocessors - Book 1 and 2 By Heathkit Educational Systems Published 1978, 1985, Tenth Printing 1988. This book is combination of two earlier books for the Heathkit ET-3400.  This 6800 (and later 6808) CPU-based microprocessor training system went through several iterations over the years-- this book is for one of the later versions of the trainer. "6800" has been added to the book's title to reflect that this book is about the 6800 CPU-- not any others CPUs. Introduction The...
Topics: Motorola 6800, Tenth Printing, Heathkit, ET-3400, CPU-Based Microprocessor Training System,...
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May 15, 2020 Kerry Urbaniak
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Microprocessors: Experiments for the Motorola 6800 By Kerry Urbaniak Published: 1994 This is the lab manual for "Microprocessors: Fundamental Concepts and Applications" by Victor E. Gibson released in 1994 by Delmar Pub. Preface This lab manual is an introduction to microprocessor programming and interfacing. Its purpose is to provide an understanding of general microprocessor concepts to someone with no prior microprocessor training or knowledge. It is not intended to teach someone...
Topics: Motorola 6800, Microprocessor Fundamentals: Concepts and Applications, Entering and Executing a...
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May 14, 2020 Lance A. Leventhal
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Microcomputer Experimentation with the Motorola MEK 6800D2 By Lance A. Leventhal Published in 1981 From the back cover of Book: This practical, easy-to-follow and self-contained guide to Motorola MEK6800D2 experiments was prepared for the growing population of microcomputer users representing diverse disciplines and a wide variety of applications.  Its emphasis throughout is on approaches that are fundamental to the design of controllers for external systems; at the same time, it illustrates...
Topics: Microcomputer, Experimentationm, Motorola MEK 6800D2
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The TV Games Computer: An Exciting Introduction to Microprocessors By Paul Holmes Canterbury: Elektor Publishers Ltd, 1981. ISBN 0-905705-08-4 "TV Games Computer: An Exciting Introduction to Microprocessors" takes the reader through the required steps of creating a computer using component parts, the Signetics 2650 CPU, and the 2636 PVI for graphics and sound. This archive also includes an interview with Paul Holmes, conducted by Stefan Piasecki in November 2002 and four pictures the...
Topics: TV Games Computer, Introduction to Microprocessors, Paul Holmes, P. Holmes, Elektor Publishers,...
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May 14, 2020 Robert D. Grappel and Jack E. Hemenway
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LINK68: An M6800 Linking Loader By Robert D. Grappel and Jack E. Hemenway Copyright 1978 From Back of LINK68 Book LINK68 is a one pass linking loader which allows separately translated relocatable object modules to be loaded and linked together to form a single executable load module.  It produces a Load Map and a load module in Motorola MIKBUG loader format.  The Linking Loader requires 2K bytes of memory, a system console such as a Teletype, a system monitor such as the Motorola MIKBUG read...
Topics: LINK68, Motorola 6800, Linking Loader, Motorola MIKBUG, Byte Publications, Assembly Language...
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May 12, 2020 Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr.
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How to Program and Interface the 6800 By Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr. Published 1980.  Fourth Edition, 1982. Blacksburg Continuing Education Series. 21684. ISBN: 0-672-21684-1 Description from the Back of the Book This book has been written to provide the reader with an in-depth introduction to microprocessors/microcomputers in general and the Motorola 6800 microprocessor family in particular. The first chapter is a discussion of fundamental microprocessor concepts. The second chapter covers the...
Topics: Motorola 6800, Program and Interface, Andrew Staugaard, Heath ET3400, Motorola Mek6800,...
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May 11, 2020 Li-Chen Wang
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Palo Alto Tiny BASIC, Version 3 By Li-Chen Wang. Article, excerpted from PCC's Reference Book of Personal and Home Computing , Edited by Dwight McCabe. 1977. Pages 58-88. ISBN: 0-918790-01-6 First Printing: July 1977 Palo Alto Tiny BASIC , Version 3 was published by People's Computer Company in their Reference Book of Personal and Home Computing .  The book includes the instructions for the Palo Alto Tiny BASIC , the 8080 assembly language source code and the 8080 object code.  This excerpt...
Topics: Bally BASIC, AstroBASIC, Palo Alto Tiny BASIC, Li-Chen Wang, 8080, Z-80, Assembly Language, Source...
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May 11, 2020 Jack E. Hemmenway and Robert D. Grappel
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CP/68: An M6800 Operating System By Jack E. Hemmenway and Robert D. Grappel ISBN: 0-935026-00-2 Published in 1979. From observations made of the book in 2013, CP/68 seems to be a port of CP/M 1.4. Introduction to CP/68: An M6800 Operating System CP/68 is a floppy-disc-based operating system that supports standard peripherals such as a line printer, CRT console, paper-tape reader and punch and, auxiliary consoles.  The preliminary specification was described in EDN's Software Systems Design...
Topics: CP/68, CP/M, Motorola 6800, Floppy-disk-based Operating System, Line Printer, CRT Console,...
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May 9, 2020 Ron Bishop
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Basic Microprocessors and the 6800 By Ron Bishop ISBN 0-8104-0758-2 Published in 1979 by Hayden Book Company, Inc. Description from the Back Cover Here is the first truly complete book on microprocessors that offers fundamentals as well as specific, complete information on the 6800. The book starts at ground zero with the principles of microprocessors that must be mastered before any microcomputer system is learned. It reviews basic electronics, logic elements, number systems, digital...
Topics: Motorola 6800, Principles of microprocessors, basic electronics, logic elements, number systems,...
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May 8, 2020 Ken Budnick
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Bar Code Loader By Ken Budnick Published 1977 ISBN: 0-07-008856-X Description from Back Cover of "Bar Code Loader" PAPERBYTE - An Exciting New Way to Distribute Software   One of the most common problems for users and suppliers of personal computer software is the need for product distribution in a form which is helpful to the user, low in cost, tolerant of errors in production use, and free of the need for expensive highly specialized peripherals.  One solution, conceived in detail...
Topics: 6800 CPU, Motorola, Byte Book, Paperbytes, Bar Code Loader, Ken Budnick, Walter Banks, University...
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May 7, 2020 Robert Findley
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6800 Software Gourmet Guide & Cookbook By Robert Findley Published by Hayden Book Company, Inc. (ISBN: 0-8104-6281-8) This 228-page book is a re-print from 1990 of a book originally printed in 1976 by Scelbi computer consulting, Inc. Description from the front cover of the book: Put together your own 6800 programs using these time-tested recipes: Utility Routines Conversion Routines Input/Output Routines Search and Sort Routines Floating Point Routines 6800 Instruction Set and more...
Topics: 6800 Software Gourmet Guide & Cookbook, Robert Findley, 6800 programs, Assembly Language,...
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May 6, 2020 Adam Osborne
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6800 Programming for Logic Design By Adam Osborne Copyright 1977 This description contains and overview of the book, a list of the table of contents and a review of the book by Jeff Grossman from The Best of Creative Computing, Volume 3. Introduction This book explains how an assembly language program within a microcomputer system can replace combinational logic- that is, the combined use of "off-the-shelf," non-programmable logic devices, such as standard 7400 series digital logic....
Topics: 6800 CPU, Motorola, 7400 series digital logic, 6800 Programming for Logic Design, Adam Osborne,...
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Best of Interface Age, Volume 2: General Purpose Software Edited By Interface Age Staff Copyright 1980 ISBN 0-918398-37-1 Preface (Description) --------------------- Volume Number 2 of the five volume "Best of Interface Age" series is significant since it presents thirteen of the most-asked-for system and application software articles printed in "Interface Age."   The articles that are contained within this volume were chosen not only for their value as working software...
Topics: Interface Age magazine, Medical Software, Games, Education, Personal Finance, BASIC Cross Assembler...
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"Best of Interface Age: Volume I, Software in BASIC" Edited by Carl D. Warren Copyright 1979 ISBN: 0-918398-36-3 What an unusually named book.  With the subtitle "Software in BASIC," the reader would expect to find software written in the BASIC language.  That ISN'T what is included at all.  Instead, this 314 page book includes four BASIC interpreters.  Each program is QUITE lengthy and is written in assembly language for three different 8-bit CPUs that were popular in...
Topics: Best of Interface Age BASIC Interpreters, Carl D Warren, 8080, 6800, National Semiconductor, SC/MP,...
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Bally Arcade/Astrocade Document Collection for Astrocast #14 Collected by Adam Trionfo April 27, 2020 These are sixteen letters, postcards, notes and even one telegram that were sent to Bob Fabris, editor of the Arcadian newsletter, in the late 1970s/early 1980s.  These letters are covered by Paul Thacker and Adam Trionfo, the hosts of the Bally Alley Astrocast, in podcast #14.  The Astrocast covers the Bally Arcade/Astrocade, a game console released in 1978. You can listen to the podcast...
Topics: Astrocade, Bally Arcade, Programming, Bally BASIC, AstroBASIC, BASIC, Letter, Arcadian Newsletter,...
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This archive includes the 32K EPROM image and support files for "Build Your Own Computer: How to Construct an 8088-Based Single Board Computer" by Walter Fuller.  "Prof380" (the book's author) left a review of his book on Amazon.com on January 4, 2001, here: https://www.amazon.com/Build-Your-Microcomputer-Based-Intel/dp/0827370695/ The review states: "Although I originally wrote this book as a supplement to a college level electronics course, I have been pleasantly...
Topics: Scratch Build Computer, 8088 Microcomputer, Single Board Computer, Construct, Circuit Board,...
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Feb 6, 2020 New Mexico Amiga Users Society (NewMAUS)
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MAUS Droppings - Amiga User Group Newsletter Summer 1999 New Mexico Amiga Users Society (NewMAUS) NewMAUS Officers as of Summer 1999: President: Henry Jolly Vice President: Dick Humphrey Secretary: Mike Haney Treasurer: Jim McCoy Board Members: Sal Wayne and Galen Smith In either 1999 or 2000, our local Amiga user group had our last meeting.  Previous to that meeting, I had made the last user group newsletter for the Summer of 1999.  This newsletter was created on an Amiga 3000 running...
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ICBM Attack By Spectre Systems 1982 This is a videogame overview for the 4K ICBM Attack cartridge for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade.   The following additional information is from the "Bally/Astrocade Game Cartridge and Hardware FAQ" The "ICBM Attack" cartridge was released into the public domain in 2001 by Brett Bilbrey, Mike Toth and Marian Nalepa (Spectre Systems).  The game requires a special hand controller to play - it cannot be played without it. In 1985, Marian Nalepa...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Videogame,...
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The September 1977 issue of Scientific American has a Fairchild advertisement on pages 4-5 of the issue.  It is a short science fiction story called "Looking Back on Tomorrow" by Boni Peluso.  I just finished reading it and it's pretty fun.  It takes place in the far off future of 1999.  The story features the F8 CPU, which is so small it fits into the size of your hand. The F8 CPU was used in the Channel F videogame systesm and the VideoBrain Computer. The ad/story also seems to...
Topics: Fairchild, F8 CPU, science fiction, Looking Back on Tomorrow, Boni Peluso
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Unknown (Colorful Circles) By Unknown (Possibly Ed Horger) 198x This program is video graphics/computer art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade for use with VIPERsoft or Blue RAM BASIC. This unlabeled art program was found on Ed Horger's tape.  Paul Thacker dubbed the program "Colorful Circles."  This program runs for about 18 seconds before crashing.  Since the artistic display that is created during that brief 18 seconds of life is worth preserving, the program is included here....
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
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Fireworks! By Mike White March 1985 These are video graphics/computer art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade for use with "AstroBASIC," the version of Bally BASIC with the built-in tape interface. This program is from Niagara Bugs Club Tape 1.  The program must loop around twice for you to see all.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
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King Hamurabi By Richard Houser Arcadian 2, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1980): 32-33 Best of Arcadian - 1980 (Tape) This is a videogame for the Bally Arcade/Astrcade.  This is a video overview and shows examples of how to play Hamurabi as it was written for this game console that was released in 1978. These are the instructions from the Best of Arcadian - 1980 tape: "Push any key after the Castle appears. You are the King, and must make decisions on running the kingdom economically. Start with 100...
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The Pits By Rex Goulding ARCADIAN 3, no. 10 (Aug. 12, 1981): 108. "The Pits" is one of my favorite games for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade with Bally BASIC or "AstroBASIC."  On December 16, 2019, I noticed that "placelogohere" made a gameplay video of the game and posted it to YouTube on September 16, 2017.  As of yesterday, two years later, I was only the second person to watch the video.  What a shame!  I thought it would be a good idea to make a gameplay video...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Astrocade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Bally BASIC,...
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Dec 13, 2019 Adam Trionfo
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7800/2600 Monitor Cartridge By Harry Dodgson This video by "BallyAlley" is an overview of the "7800/2600 Machine Language Monitor Cartridge" (Version 2) for the Atari 7800 game console.  Version 1, of the Monitor was published by Harry Dodgson in 1993.  Version 2 was published by Video 61 in 2000. This video shows how to use this Atari 7800 6502 machine language monitor program to communicate with the 6502.  Like the monitor itself, this video is aimed at someone who...
Topics: Atari 7800/2600 Monitor Cartridge, Homebrew, Overview, Atari 7800, Atari 2600, Atari VCS, Harry...
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Oct 26, 2019 Sean Casey and Adam Trionfo
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Lair of the Kobolds By Sean Casey and Adam Trionfo Written in about 1989-1990 Notes by Adam Trionfo October 25, 2019 This is a Dungeons and Dragons adventure written in the Greyhawk setting that I wrote with my friend while I was a senior in high school (1989-1990).  It's called "Lair of the Kobolds."  "Lair of the Kobolds" is freely distributable, but the copyright is held by Adam Trionfo. I wrote this adventure for play with my friend Sean.  He is credited as co-author,...
Topics: Dungeons and Dragons, Game Module, Homebrew, Low Level, Beginner, Homebrew Module, OSRIC, Old...
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Oct 25, 2019 Adam Trionfo
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This map was drawn in about 1990 by Adam Trionfo for the Fighting Fantasy game book "Deathtrap Dungeon" by Ian Livingstone.  A B&W scan was made in about 2004.  The color re-scan was made October 25, 2019. The original B&W scan in pdf format from 2004 is highly compressed and doesn't look too great.  It's here for archiving purposes and because you can find it in various corners of the Internet. The color scan from 2019 isn't as compressed and should work for most users....
Topics: Fighting Fantasy, Map, Deathtrap Dungeon, Ian Livingstone, Homebrew map, hand drawn
Graphic Pictures By Video Wizards (Ken Springsteen) March 1982 These are video graphics / computer art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade for use with "AstroBASIC," the version of Bally BASIC with the built-in tape interface. This video overview shows 11 programs loading and displaying detailed mono-colored pictures on the TV screen.  The video begins with an overview, background and brief history of Video Wizards. Note that no program called "Graphic Pictures" was released...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
Old Glory. By Ed Groebe (Edge Software). Arcadian 4, no. 8 (Jun. 11, 1982): 77. (Bally BASIC) Arcadian 6, no. 8 (Jun. 30, 1984): 69. (AstroBASIC) This program uses one of the many Bally ROM subroutines to draw a color pictures of the American flag.  The 1984 reprint of the program has a couple of small changes by George Moses to get the music to sound right.  I'm not sure which version of the program is archived in this video. This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Graphics,...
More Line Art II. By Stanley Kendall. January 1985. This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This is NOT a video overview. More Line Art draws two vertical lines at a time horizontally across the screen.  The background color is light blue (Blue Ram BASIC's default color) and the foreground colors are green, blue and red.  As this program draws from left to right, diamonds begin to appear, slowly growing smaller.  It's a neat, if slow, effect. This is...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
More Line Art. By Stanley Kendall. January, 1985. This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This is NOT a video overview. More Line Art draws one vertical line at a time horizontally across the screen.  The background color is light blue (Blue Ram BASIC's default color) and the foreground colors are green, blue and red.  As this program draws from left to right, triangles begin to appear, slowly growing smaller.  It's a neat, if slow, effect. This...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
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3-D Boxes. By John J. Kottler. February, 5, 1983. This is a video graphics program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC and a 4K Blue Ram system. 3-D Boxes is a simple graphics art program that John Kottler wrote and sent to Michael White.  This program accepts length, height and width from the user and then draws a 3D box on the screen.  I think that Mike White said that John was around twelve years old when he wrote this program.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Bally...
B-17 - Letter to R. Fabris Don Gladden and C. Perkins By Stanley Kendall. May 30, 1983. This is a video letter for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC. Program B-17 is a letter that Stanley Kendall wrote to Bob Fabris, Don Gladden and Clyde Perkins to express his views on how best to educate people like him to better understand how to program in extended BASIC.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
M-III - "Box Art" By Stanley Kendall. Arcadian 5, no. 3 (Jan. 14, 1983): 45. This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This is NOT a video overview. This random video art program was written February 23, 1982. Unlike many video art programs, this one ends after about four minutes and twenty seconds.  The program is only called "M-III," but to give it a better description, it has been dubbed "M-III - 'Box Art.'" Paul...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
The Tin Pants Gang By Mike White Niagara Bugs Club Tape 1. March 1985. December 1982 (Original Bally BASIC version) This is unedited video art (it's a three-minute cartoon) for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This is NOT a video overview. This is a simple, animated cartoon.  Since the program draws the animation completely in BASIC without using any machine language routines, the graphics "blink."  This is normal and would look this way on a CRT...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Bally Christmas "Card" By Ed Grobe (Edge Software) Arcadian 5, no. 2 (Dec. 3, 1982): 29 AstroBASIC This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This is NOT a video overview. This program draws a four-color Christmas tree on the screen, which is a neat trick for AstroBASIC, which can normally only display two colors (background and foreground).  The tree is draw slowly from top to bottom and left to right.  After the tree is completely...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 6 of 6 - BASIC Listing in Large and Small Font Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 5 of 6 - Designs 31-40 of 57 Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you will get different...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 4 of 6 - Designs 31-40 of 57 Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you will get different...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 3 of 6 - Designs 21-30 of 57 Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you will get different...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 2 of 6 - Designs 11-20 of 57 Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you will get different...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-8 - 16K All Line Art Stanley Kendall November 1983 Video 1 of 6 - Designs 1-10 of 57 Stan Kendall compiled many (perhaps all) of his random line art programs into one 16K program that runs under Blue Ram BASIC.  The first five videos in this series show the random art, while the sixth video shows the BASIC program listing in both the large font (which is the same as Bally BASIC's font) and smaller font (used in Blue Ram BASIC). Remember, if you run this program then you will get different...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
Spirals Visual By Ken Springsteen 198x. Source: Bob Fabris Collection. This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This is NOT a video overview. Several Ken Springsteen programs (Crypt-o-grams, Spirals Visual, Arcade Visual, and Ward's Display) were on a tape in the Bob Fabris collection labeled "Ken Springsteen Programs For The Arcadian." Crypt-o-grams was published, and the others should probably be considered unpublished submissions.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Graphics Quadruplicate By Jim Dunson 198x AstroBASIC This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This is NOT a video overview. This is an unpublished program submission for the $100 "Arcadian" program cash prize.  This program is from the Bob Fabris Collection; it includes a text title screen. The "Arcadian" submission letter and listing are available online, here:...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Diamonds By Robert Rosenhouse (Super Software) Arcadian 3, no. 9 (Jul. 9, 1981): 93. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC." This is a short (if you don't include comment lines) 11 line BASIC program. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
C-II - Twinkle Star - July 30, 1983 C-I - Twinkle Star - February 1982 (Original) By Stanley Kendall Niagara BUG Bulletin, 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1984): 4. Blue Ram BASIC Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC. The program starts with two choices:    #1 Twinkle X     #2 Boxes If you choose option 1, then you must give two input options: "Step Size" and "Box Size." Both of these options affect how the art looks.  Menu option two, "Boxes,"...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
Computer Cross By Bruce Brigden Arcadian 7, no. 4 (Aug. 15, 1986): 57-58. Blue Ram BASIC Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC. Nice graphics with hymns.  Uses Blue Ram BASIC's PLAY command. Arcadian 7, no. 4 (Aug. 15, 1986): 57-58. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Bouncing Ball Simulation and Bouncing Ball Art By Dieter Heinermann Arcadian 7, no. 3 (Mar. 21, 1986): 50. Blue Ram BASIC Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC. There are two slightly different versions of this program.  The original version runs in AstroBASIC.  This second version runs in Blue Ram BASIC and has four colors on-screen at once instead of AstroBASIC's ability to only show a foreground and background color. The BRB version of this program was archived on a...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Bouncing Ball Simulation and Bouncing Ball Art By Dieter Heinermann Arcadian 7, no. 3 (Mar. 21, 1986): 50. AstroBASIC Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. In the video, the foreground color is purple on a yellow background.  On a real TV, the actual foreground color is blue on a yellow background. This is a direct link to the BASIC listing in the Arcadian: Arcadian 7, no. 3 (Mar. 21, 1986): 50. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
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Pin Art By Unknown Author 198x This program was found in the Richard Houser Tape collection. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC." Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
Plotter Drive Program with Space Shuttle and Robot By LeRoy Flamm Arcadian 7, no. 2 (Dec. 20, 1985): 28-29. For use with Penman Three-Color Plotter. LeRoy Flamm wrote a BASIC program called "Plotter Drive Program" in 1985 that used a Penman plotter to draw a detailed space shuttle and a "robot" (really, it's R2-D2).  The plotter was connected to the Bally Arcade via an RS-232C serial input connected via the old Bally tape interface with a printer jack connection. Here is a...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
An Artistic Display By Mike White March 1985 Niagara Bugs Club Tape 1 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. Early experiments in sight and sound. Explosion One Explosion Two Explosion Three Wreck of the Old Spad [in sound only] Drumbeats Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
J-1 - More Art By Stanley Kendall May 1984 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. This program was found in Ken Lill's tape collection.  It was never published as far as Paul Thacker can tell. After this program runs for about 14 minutes, it crashes on line 830 with a "SORRY" error message.  Line 830 is: 830 @(A);XY;NEXT A I guess that the A() element might be out of range.  Although the program eventually crashes, it...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
H-11 - Walking 'Who' By Stanley Kendall May 4, 1984 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. This program does load with Blue Ram BASIC, but it was probably written originally for "AstroBASIC," as the program says, "May 5, 1984 * Hi!  I'm the 'W H O'  Actually the jerky who but I run In AstroBASIC.  Maybe I should have... bigger feet?" Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
H-9 - Misc Art by Stanley Kendall Unedited Video Art for Blue Ram BASIC Bally Arcade and Astrocade 1984 H-9 - Misc. Art H-9 - Misc. Art By Stanley Kendall March 22, 1984 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview. A menu gives nine choices: 1 - Circle #1 2 - RND Disappearing Lines 3 - Ditto [RND Disappearing Lines] 4 - Circle #2 5 - Quad Circles 6 - Mike's Boxes 7 - Box Formation -...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
H-6 - 'Graphic' Subroutines By Stanley Kendall February 6, 1984 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. "This, by default, shows an animated black knight walking across the screen.  The program seems to be called 'Subroutines,' but I've added the name 'Graphics,' as the program seems to also have a space figure, spaceship, a plane and various space invaders." Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
H-5 - New Walk Figures By Stanley Kendall February 6, 1984 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
H-I - Walking Birds By Stanley Kendall September 22, 1984 Examples of animated birds.  Includes a short letter to Ken Lill. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Random Line Erase Demo By Mike White Tricks of the Trade #4 Arcadian, Vol. 7, Pg. 21 and 22 Niagara Bugs Bulletin, Vol. 2, Pg. 38 and 43 Mike White thanks to Greg Miller of L&M Software. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Video:Video By Fred Rodney Arcadian, 6, no. 11/12 (October 1984): 113. "Video:Video" is a video art program that uses four-color graphics on a split  screen.  When the program is finished it loops and starts again. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Color Patterns II By Stanley Kendall November 1983 Astro-BUGs Club Tape #3 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
10,000 Boxes By Stanley Kendall November 1983 Astro-BUGs Club Tape #3 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and AstroBASIC. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
B-14 - 1001 Lines By Stanley Kendall May 1983 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
B-12 - Line Art By Stanley Kendall April 1983 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. This program's BASIC code has interesting comments in it. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
B-11 - More Line Art By Stanley Kendall April 1983 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
A-7 - Box & Circle Art By Stanley Kendall January 17, 1983 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
A-6 - More Random Art By Stanley Kendall January 1983 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
A-1A - The Arcadian Curve By Stanley Kendall December 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
M-III - More Art By Stanley Kendall ARCADIAN 5, no. 2 (Dec. 3, 1982): 28. Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and "AstroBASIC."  This program requires expansion RAM. Four programs with menu: 1 - RND Box 2 - Box Patterns 3 - Weird Box 4 - Box 'S Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
A-2 - Art By Stanley Kendall November 16, 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade and Blue Ram BASIC.  This program requires expansion RAM. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Fireworks The Tiny Arcade (Tom McConnell) 1982, Tape 103, Supertape I. Fireworks shoots different colored fireworks into the air and there are some explosion sounds.  This is unedited video art for the Bally Arcade/Astrocade and "AstroBASIC; " this is NOT a video overview. Lance Square says, "[I] had never seen the fireworks prog before. Simplistic by today's standards, but manages to get 4 (or more?) colours out of BASIC." This was the very first Astrocade program ever...
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
RND Art III By New Image (Chris Williams) Tape #9010.  October 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade for use with "AstroBASIC." Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
RND Art II: The Stairs to the Temple By New Image (Chris Williams) Tape 3.  October 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade for "AstroBASIC." Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
RND Art I By New Image (Chris Williams) Tape 3.  October 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade. Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
L-V - Box Art & Parameters By Stanley Kendall June 21, 1982 Video Art for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade Unpublished Arcadian submission Unedited Video Art.  This is NOT a video overview.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Computer Crochet By Tom McConnel (The Tiny Arcade) Arcadian 4, no. 8 (Jun. 11, 1982): 82. This is a a Video Art program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade.  This is unedited video footage.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art,...
Triangles & Boxes By Stanley Kendall January 1, 1982 This is an unpublished Bally BASIC program that was an Arcadian submission archived from a tape in the Bob Fabris' collection. This is a a Video Art program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade.  This is unedited video footage.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
L-IV - Weird Disappearing Boxes By Stanley Kendall February 4, 1982 This is an unpublished Bally BASIC program that was an Arcadian submission archived from a tape in the Bob Fabris' collection. This is a a Video Art program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade.  This is unedited video footage.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
L-II Totem Poles By Stanley Kendall January 23, 1982 This is an unpublished Bally BASIC program that was an Arcadian submission archived from a tape in the Bob Fabris' collection. This is a a Video Art program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade.  This is unedited video footage.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...
L-I Reverse Box Set By Stanley Kendall January 23, 1982 This is an unpublished Bally BASIC program that was an Arcadian submission archived from a tape in the Bob Fabris' collection. This is a a Video Art program for the Bally Arcade / Astrocade.  This is unedited video footage.
Topics: Bally Arcade, Bally Professional Arcade, Bally Home Library Computer, Astrocade, Video Art, Video...